Power Entertaining for Executives Breakout Sessions
This is the more academic side of the Power Entertaining with Food and Wine events. This event it typically held for executives and has helped many corporate audiences master the art of Power Entertaining, therefore building strong, lasting business relationships.
It is not done with a meal; however minimal food is used simply for the purpose of illustrating the concept of “food wines.” We roll up our sleeves, and delve more deeply into the entertaining issues that corporate executives face regularly. We use five wines; one sparkling, two whites, and two reds.
During the half-day workshop plus 90-minute breakout programs, I teach your executives how to transform boring business meetings and sales functions into memorable social events that people will want to attend again and again.
This helps you build long-term business relationships based on the time-honored principles of courtesy, generosity and old world hospitality, and it also strengthens your brand, as your clients associate your executives with some of the best business entertainment they’ve ever experienced.
Success is always in the details, so master the finer points of entertaining before your next big business event.
Want to become one of the hundreds of executives and CEOs Eddie has helped to master the art of Power Entertaining? (See event technical & staging requirements HERE.)
Learn the Following at a Power Entertaining event with Eddie:
- Improve business impact by incorporating new executive entertaining strategies.
- Ensure an entertaining experience gaining these new insights while building strong team relationships within your company.
- Empower people by showing how to choose/combine foods and wines with confidence, whether at client events, in their homes, or at restaurants.
- Teach attendees how to taste wine like a Master Sommelier.
- Why should all red wines be slightly chilled?
- Which wines need to be aged?
- Why shouldn’t you smell corks?
- What is a “food-wine?”
- What makes some wines very expensive?
- Which are the best wines to combine with foods?
- And much more!